Tag Archives: seminarians

First 2014 grade school track meet a vocations-directed meet

You might think that five young men, seminarians for the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, would like to sleep in on a Saturday morning.

Seminarians are “buddies in the trenches” with health challenges

So far, this year has been rough for two seminarians of this diocese: Deacon Leonard Gicheru and Wesley McKellar, and their families.

Banquet benefits those studying for the priesthood

The cold, drippy clouds foretold winter weather moving in the evening of Jan. 31.

Six seminarians take big step as formal candidates for priesthood

“Please God, priesthood.”

Serrans celebrate seminarians and their families with Mass, dinner

After seven ordinations since December 2011, there will be no priestly ordinations for the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph in 2013.

Bishop’s Annual Appeal provides seminarian support

Ever wondered how seminarians are able to afford four years of seminary college, two years of pre-theology and two more of theology while in formation for the priesthood?

Summer vacation, a time to learn about serving the poor

Ah, summer — school’s out! Time for lazy days and cool swimming pools.

Seminarians thank Serrans for prayers, support

Once again, they came in droves to show their appreciation, respect and love for each other.

Annual day for priests, seminarians grows even larger

Nothing much that was ever conceived in the mind of the late Bob Miller stayed small for long.

Seminarians take step toward ordination

If all goes accordingly, eight seminarians will be ordained priests of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph in 2015.

March 29, 2015
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph